Hillary: America Doesn't Deserve Trump as President

Clinton on Trump Putin ties ‘Follow the money

Clinton on Trump Putin ties ‘Follow the money

Hillary Clinton recently Americans living in the middle of the country who voted for Donald Trump at an event in IN, saying they were 'backward'.

"Make America Great Again" was looking backwards", she told attendees at India Today: Conclave 2018.

Former US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said that US President Donald Trump has a bromance going on with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

"Well, I would have to say no, we did not deserve that", Clinton replied.

"Well, we'll find out, we'll find out", she answered.

"I won the places that represent two-thirds of America's gross domestic product", Clinton said.

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Clinton comforted the audience by telling them that Trump could not irrevocably damage the United States.

Clinton said there is "the phenomenon of disappointment" about economic outcomes, particularly after the 2008 financial crisis, one of three main areas where she said she sees Americans' fears play out.

Clinton then said that Trump's campaign was about supporters not wanting black people to have rights, women getting jobs, and Indian-Americans being more successful than white Americans.

During the 2017 Professional Business Women of California Conference in San Francisco in March, she mentioned some of the multiple controversies that had been roiling the White House at the time, and said that she would remain politically engaged, for better or worse.

Clinton has frequently talked about the election results and Trump's presidency in speeches after the election.

She made clear later in the discussion that she did not know where the special counsel's investigation into Russian election meddling and possible coordination with Trump's team is likely to lead.

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